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David Goodman David Goodman is offline
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Take a long metric socket close to the diameter of the pin (I think its 4mm) and slide it over one side of the pin. Place the set up in a vise such that one side of the jaw sits on the end of the socket, and the other side presses on the other end of the pin. Close the vise (or press if you have one) until the pin is nearly flush with the shaft. Finish the job by taking the socket and placing it upright in the vise with the long end of the pin in it. From the top use a pin punch and a BFH to drive it the rest of the way through the shaft. Let me know if you want pictures,

Last edited by David Goodman; 07-29-2005 at 10:17 PM..
Old 07-29-2005, 10:15 PM
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